07 November 2023
Safe and affordable red blood cells without donors
The production of cultured red blood cells (cRBCs) holds the promise of being a potentially unlimited source of cells that could meet the increasing demand for red blood cell transfusions.
26 October 2023
DNA Origami nanoturbine sets new horizon for nanomotors
06 September 2023
BioDate 2023: 13 interdisciplinary MSc projects supported with 2,5k
03 August 2023
TU Delft Dream Team Epoch and Bioengineering in AY 2022-2023
03 August 2023
Four 3mE researchers receive Veni grant
TU Delft receives a total of 17 Venis, 4 of which are awarded to researchers at the 3mE faculty. The funds will be used for a variety of research projects, from giving robots the intelligence to handle deformable objects to a catheter that ensures safer minimal invasive heart surgery.
20 July 2023
Living together: Microbial communities are more than the sum of their parts
To engineer successful microbial communities, scientists need to predict whether microorganisms can live and work together. One popular predictive rule states that if a pair of microbes will coexist, they will also coexist in a bigger community of microbes. A study published in Science now found that this simple rule will not always work.
29 June 2023
Greg Bokinsky: Educator of the Year TNW 2023
Through our annual Educator of the Year election, we highlight excellence in education. On 27 June during the AS Education Afternoon, Paulien Herder, dean of AS, announced the Educators of the Year by AS programme and the overall winner: Dr. Greg Bokinsky.
19 June 2023
TU Delft and Janssen collaborate on affordable medicines
Demand for affordable biopharmaceuticals such as vaccines and cancer drugs is steadily increasing. Researchers from the Department of Biotechnology at TU Delft's Faculty of Applied Sciences are now set to join forces with pharmaceutical company Janssen to develop a solution. The official project launch took place on 16 June 2023. The aim of the project is to replace manual operations in order to design automated, continuous biotech processes with higher yields.
19 June 2023
Cees Haringa awarded with a Comenius grant
Cees Haringa of our faculty was awarded with a Comenius grant by National Regieorgaan Onderwijsonderzoek (NRO). Since 2017, more than 200 education professionals have received a Comenius grant. With this grant they can put their vision on educational innovation into practice. Cees is awarded for the project ‘More than just modelling and programming: educating engineers that excel in a digital workspace and society’.
13 June 2023
New living lab Biobased Boulevard to encourage use of natural building materials
To accelerate the use of natural materials in construction, today The Green Village, iCircl and the Province of South Holland opened the new living lab Biobased Boulevard. This living lab, part of fieldlab The Green Village on TU Delft Campus, will help to use biobased building materials in construction and renovation on a large scale.